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"We are all struggling in our own way to deal with the war in Israel, to support our friends and family in Israel and those in our community directly and indirectly affected by the war, and to maintain our faith in the face of unimaginable evil.  In times like these, we can find comfort through communal prayer, that unique opportunity for us to become a Kahal Kadosh, a holy congregation, praying in unison, sharing faith, and lending support to one another.  We are blessed that Bet Torah offers an outlet for communal prayer every day.  We gather virtually every morning at 8am, Monday and Wednesday – Friday, we gather in person at Bet Torah Tuesday mornings at 8am (when we also join together for breakfast a bit of shmooze), we gather Sunday morning at 9am, and we gather evenings, Monday – Thursday, at 7:30pm.  Of course, we celebrate Shabbat together on Friday nights at 6:30pm and Shabbat morning at 9:30am.  During these services, we will be adding special prayers for the IDF alongside our traditional prayers – the Shema, our shared declaration about our faith in Gd, the Amidah, our opportunity to speak directly to Gd, and the prayers that surround those two central liturgical pillars.  You are not alone during this difficult time.  You do not need to be alone during this difficult time.  Please join us."

– Bet Torah Ritual Committee

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PLEASE NOTE

All evening minyan services at 7:30pm are in-person. Sunday morning minyan at 8am and Tuesday morning minyan at 9am are also in-person.  

We continue to welcome zoom participation, but please note that only in-person worshipers will be counted toward making Minyan.

Evening minyan on Sunday, May 26, Monday, May 27 and Tuesday, May 28 will be a shiva minyan at the mourners home. Congregants should check their email for the address.

Prayers for Israel in Time of War

Prayers for the IDF and Acheinu

Omer Prayers

 

Morning minyanim:

(Morning minyan prayer book)

Sunday: 9am In-Person and Zoom 

Monday: 8am Zoom

Tuesday: 8am In-Person and Zoom

Wednesday: 8am Zoom

Thursday: 8am Zoom

Friday: 8am Zoom

Evening minyanim:

(Evening minyan prayer book)

Monday: 7:30pm In-Person

Tuesday: 7:30pm In-Person

Wednesday: 7:30pm In-Person 

Thursday: 7:30pm In-Person

Friday/Saturday: Follows the Shabbat schedule

Note: On Monday through Thursday, we have a zecher l’mincha (a remembrance of the afternoon service) followed by a full evening service beginning at 7:30PM and ending around 7:45PM. When minyan is listed as in-person there will always be a zoom option unless otherwise stated.

NOTE: We move our daily minyan to shivah homes in our area, as needed. Contact our office to find out if services are being held away from Bet Torah and, if so, how to get there. When a congregant is sitting shivah over a Sunday, services will also be held Sunday evening at 6:30PM.

ZOOM NOTE: All Bet Torah Zoom services are password protected. You may call the office for the current password during office hours.

Thank you for supporting our daily minyanim.

daily minyan

Bet Torah’s commitment to prayer is best expressed by our daily minyan. Services are held a minimum of once a day.

Note: we move our daily minyan to shivah homes in our area, as needed.

Contact our office to find out if services are being held away from Bet Torah and, if so, how to get there. When a congregant is sitting shivah over a Sunday, services will also be held Sunday evening at 6:30PM.

Attending minyan can be a meaningful experience;  please help us make a Minyan when you can.

t4 minyan: tuesdays, Tefillah, talmud, ta'am

Bet Torah’s T4 Minyan, our weekly early morning minyan, received a Silver Award in the category of “Commitment & Observance.”

Join Us for Tuesday Morning Minyan, 8 am. Share community, great coffee and bagels. Stay for Talmud discussion if you have the time.

All members are invited to join this example of a true Kehilah Kedoshah, which offers opportunities for prayer and study not only on Shabbat and holidays but also on regular weekdays. Bet Torah has for years offered a daily weekday service, Monday through Thursday evenings, and Sunday mornings.

We wanted to offer our congregants more.

So we implemented a unique Tuesday morning minyan that nourishes our minds, bodies and souls. Join us most Tuesday mornings in the Chapel, 8 am.

Fri, May 24 2024 16 Iyyar 5784